Wisconsin Property and Real Estate Laws
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Whether you're a homeowner, renter, or landlord, you've probably run into issues related to property law at some point in your life. Wisconsin's property and real estate laws cover a broad range of legal areas, including leases and rental agreements, homestead protections, and adverse possession. For example, Wisconsin's adverse possession law allows an occupier to take possession of the property of another after a minimum of 10 years of use in some cases. If you're in the market for a new home, thinking about renting out a property, or just wondering about Wisconsin's homestead protections, you've come to the right place. Click on the links below to learn more about Wisconsin property and real estate laws.
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